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Arts, Dining & Entertainment
November 8, 2018

Women’s Club hosts holiday boutique fundraiser

Friday, Nov. 9, 4:30 p.m.—KILLINGTON— The Greater Killington Women’s Club (GKWC) is sponsoring its second annual Nibbles, Bobbles & Bits Boutique Evening Fundraiser at the Summit Lodge in Killington on Friday, Nov. 9. This event is a pre-holiday shopping and social soiree with a variety of…

Snake Charmer wins season pass at annual Halloween party
Featured
November 6, 2018

Snake Charmer wins season pass at annual Halloween party

Amy Carr of Chittenden won first place in the costume contest at the Wobbly Barn on Halloween night, Oct. 31.

The legendary annual party boasts a grand prize of a Killington season pass, bringing heavy competition to the floor. It has been the…

Local News
October 25, 2018

Foster T. Chandler, marketing pioneer, guru

Foster T. Chandler Jr., a ski industry legend and marketing icon who helped catapult Killington into one of the nation’s largest and most successful ski areas, will be among honorees inducted into the Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct….

‘Day One’ celebration brings over 500 to slopes
Featured
October 24, 2018

‘Day One’ celebration brings over 500 to slopes

By Katy Savage

Killington is open for the season.

The resort opened Friday, Oct. 19 with three trails and about 10 inches of manmade snow covering the base.

More than 500 people attended opening day, which allowed only passholders on the…

Local News
October 24, 2018

Too big to rent? Public hearing on VRBOs postponed

By Katy Savage

A public hearing before the Killington Development Review Board about a Killington rental home was called off moments after it started Oct. 17.

Attorney Pat Burke, who represented several property owners in the Cricket Hill Community at the meeting,…

Local News
August 29, 2018

Investigators: Arson destroyed Woodstock newspaper offices

By Curt Peterson

WOODSTOCK—The Vermont State Police Arson Investigation Unit has declared the Woodstock fire that destroyed the two-story building housing the offices of The Vermont Standard on July 16 as arson.

Evidence taken from the building on July 18 is undergoing a second set…

Local News
July 25, 2018

New computer system causes tax bill glitch

By Katy Savage

Killington Town Clerk Lucrecia Wonsor was on the phone all day  Monday and Tuesday, a week ago, when hundreds of incorrect tax bills were sent to Killington homeowners.

“People were concerned because there were some that had been taxed…

State News
July 11, 2018

New law regulates short-term rentals

In an attempt to close a tax loophole enjoyed by operators of short-term rentals such as Airbnb, and to assure visitors and paying guests of safe and sanitary conditions, the Vermont General Assembly passed Act 10, requiring that certain conditions must be met.

Effective July…